Lead governor and staff governor representing all other colleagues
Jabar joined the Council of Governors as lead governor in 2021 and is enjoying getting to grips with the role.
Jabar has worked for BCHC for over ten years and, as part of his role as service delivery manager in digital technology services, has gained a great deal of experience and knowledge regarding how the Trust operates.
Jabar is extremely passionate about ensuring governors play their part in supporting the Trust to deliver the best care for patients as well as ensuring that BCHC is a great place to work.
Governors representing medical, dental and nursing colleagues
Lurieteen has been a registered nurse for 37 years, seeing through many of the organisational changes which have taken place across BCHC or its predecssor organisations in Birmingham. For the past 20 years, she has worked as the specialist nurse and manager in haemoglobinopathy, staying in the role because she loves the job, the patients and the team she works with. Lurieteen is a true Brummie, passionate about the city as a melting pot of different cultures and nationalities.
Lurieteen believes her enthusiasm to take on the new challenge of serving as a staff governor will ensue that she is able to make a difference to colleagues.
Cammelia is a paediatric nurse who has previously worked as a neonatal nurse and theatre practitioner. Having joined BCHC in 2019 in school health, working with the school-age population.
Cammelia enjoys the role of governor as it enables her to support children, young people and families.
As a staff governor, she aims to help make a difference for colleagues in school nursing and beyond.
Governors representing healthcare assistants and support staff
Healthcare assistant Vicky Danyluk has worked for the Trust since 2002. Proud of being a finalist in the staff Values In Practice Awards, she has spent the past few years representing the views of HCA colleagues in staff forums and speaking out for support staff.
An advocate of the BCHC Charity, Vicky ran her heart out in 2018, completing 70km in six weeks to raise much needed funds. Vicky is committed to giving all support staff a voice and pride in their essential contribution to the work of BCHC.
Kelly has been a rehabilitation assistant at Moor Green Brain Injury Unit for several years and says she has never been so happy, loves her role and values everything she has learned at BCHC.
Kelly has worked in healthcare since was just 17 years old. Before working at Moor Green, she worked in the inpatient neurological rehabilitation ward (INRU) on Ward 9 at Moseley Hall Hospital.
Kelly is dedicated to supporting staff progression and hopes to be part of retaining staff in jobs that they love and care for.
Governor representing scientific and allied health professional staff
Annette is proud to have worked for the Trust for over 20 years. As an occupational therapist, she works at the Moor Green outpatient brain injury service based at Moseley Hall Hospital.
Annette says she is enjoying her Governor journey, learning more about how the Trust operates, and making her contribution.
She describes herself as approachable, keen to develop networks, and ensure that staff voices are heard and considered.